Spice Plantation Tour#10 in Best Things To Do in Grenada
Didn't get your fill of Grenada's flavors at the Belmont Estate? Then book your Spice Plantation tour with Travelgrenada. These four- to five-hour-long excursions will lead you to the quaint fishing village of Gouyave, where you'll spot the local spice factory and nutmeg processing station. Then, the tour heads into the mountains to the Belvedere Plantation, where you can sample fresh Grenadian banana. You'll also have the opportunity to hike in Grand Etang National Park before cooling down with a swim at Concord Falls.
Travelgrenada will pick you up from your hotel or cruise ship before hitting the road. Tours must be reserved in advance, and the cost is roughly $108 XCD (about $40 USD). To learn more, visit Travelgrenada.com.
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#1 St. George's
Many travelers that have wandered the narrow streets of St. George's say that it's almost like walking through an oil painting. The vivid, brightly painted houses exude an aura of colonialism. In fact, Grenada's capital city—located on Grenada Island's southwestern shore—has earned the unofficial title of the most beautiful harbor town in the Caribbean.
Devote an hour or two to exploring St. George's marina (known as the Carenage), where you'll find plenty of restaurants serving up local cuisine with a side of spectacular views. But there's much more to this city than its postcard-worthy appearance. St. George's serves as a great place to get a whirlwind introduction to Grenadian culture. Discover the islands' colonial history at Fort Frederick and Fort George and learn about local spices at Market Square.
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